Linux Containers: Why They’re in Your Future and What Has to Happen First

Several weeks ago Red Hat and Cisco collaborated on a whitepaper for IT leaders and industry analysts on Linux containers.  The following is an excerpt from the first page:

“Linux containers and Docker are poised to radically change the way applications are built, shipped, deployed, and instantiated. They accelerate application delivery by making it easy to package applications along with their dependencies. As a result, the same containerized application can operate in different development, test, and production environments. The platform can be a physical server, virtual server, public cloud, or network device.”

Interested in reading more?  Click here.  Thoughts or feedback on the paper itself?  Feel free to use the comments section below.

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